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Best Practice at a Better Price.
Our dental fee list is a guide to the dental costs of treatment for private patients at our dental practice in Navan, Co Meath. It goes without saying that we are competitive and if you need several of the above treatments carried out then please ask your dentist for a discount.
In light of the extensive cuts made by the government to the Medical Card and PRSI dental schemes in 2010, Navan Dental has introduced discounted prices for these patient groups to insure that quality dental care is still as affordable as possible.
All patients at Navan Dental are seen on a private basis, under the PRSI scheme operated by the Dept. of Social Welfare or as valid Medical Card holders under the State’s Dental Treatment Services Scheme run by the Health Services Executive.
If you are covered under the PRSI scheme or Medical Card scheme, you are entitled to one ‘FREE ORAL EXAMINATION’ or ‘FREE CHECK UP’ per year. If you would like to know if you qualify for this, simply call or email us with your details and PPS number and we will be happy to check for you.
Navan Dental also offers FREE CHECK UPS for all primary school children (under 12 years of age).
NAVAN DENTAL OFFERS SPECIAL DISCOUNTS FOR PATIENTS QUALIFIED UNDER PRSI SCHEME.
If you have any questions or would like further information relating to fees and services, please talk to our reception team who will be happy to help.
Dental Payment Terms
We ask that payments are made for each appointment as they are completed. We accept cash, laser cards and credit cards.
A written estimate is always given prior to treatment commencing, so that you are fully aware of any proposed costs, and so that you are also aware of when phased payments are due. A receipt is always issued at the end of each treatment session.
If you are covered under the PRSI scheme or Medical Card scheme, then the Dental Examination is free of charge once per year.
We would ask for at least 24 hours notice if you have to cancel your appointment. This gives us the opportunity to offer the appointment to someone else.
Regrettably, patients who fail to attend their appointments or who fail to comply with the practice appointment cancellation policy will be liable to pay a ‘failure to attend’ fee. This must be settled prior to a new appointment being arranged otherwise no further appointments can be made.